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St. Vincent de Paul appeals for blankets from Washington Husky Men's Basketball fans Jan. 6 & 8
St. Vincent de Paul asks Washington Husky Men's Basketball fans to bring a blanket to the Jan. 6 game (vs. Oregon Ducks) or Jan. 8 game (vs. Oregon State Beavers) to help warm the hearts of the homeless and neighbors in need during this cold winter.
By: St. Vincent de Paul Society of Seattle/King Co.
"Providing a blanket can keep someone from freezing to death in these winter months or help a child keep warm in a family going through tough times. Help us make a difference through our St. Vincent de Paul blanket drive," says Andre de Klaver, executive director of St. Vincent de Paul Society of Seattle/King County.
St. Vincent de Paul has 53 all-volunteer groups who make home visits to help the needy in Seattle and King County and more than 100 such groups throughout Western Washington. Other programs help provide additional help and hope to homeless and needy. The 2-1-1 Community Information Line refers more people to St. Vincent de Paul than any other agency in Seattle/King County.
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St. Vincent de Paul fosters "Compassion in Action" to help neighbors in need in Seattle/King County. We make home visits to assess needs and prevent eviction, hunger, utility shut-off and more. We run food banks, meal programs, thrift stores and more. Our motto is "We'll be There."